Easing Chronic Pain With Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
Anti-inflammatory drugs called NSAIDs are commonly used to treat chronic pain. WebMD provides an overview of NSAIDs, including their risks, benefits, and side effects.
The ankle joint, which connects the foot with the lower leg, is injured often. An unnatural twisting motion can happen when the foot is planted awkwardly, when the ground is uneven, or when an unusual amount of force is applied to the joint.
A knee dislocation occurs when the bones that form your knee are out of place.
11 Tips for Living With Chronic Pain
Learn about lifestyle changes that can ease chronic pain: relaxation techniques, exercise and healthy eating, among them.
Prescription Medications and Treatments for Nerve Pain
Learn more from WebMD about prescription medications and treatments for nerve pain.
Nonprescription Treatments for Nerve Pain
Nerve pain can be tough to manage. Learn more from WebMD about nonprescription and over-the-counter treatments that may help.
Chronic Pain Management
Learn more from WebMD about chronic pain and its symptoms.
Treating Nerve Pain Caused by Cancer, HIV, and Other Conditions
Nerve pain can be a symptom of many different conditions -- like cancer, HIV, diabetes, and shingles. Learn more from WebMD about the treatments for various types of neuropathy.
Try Heat or Ice
Both heat and cold can help relieve pain and reduce inflammation. Find out how you can use heat and cold to help manage your pain.
Pain Management and Bioelectric Therapy
Bioelectric therapy is used to manage chronic and acute pain. Learn more from WebMD.